Vol. 1, no. 8 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published August 1891.
How to Put the Phonograph on a Secure Basis A Correction A Local Agents' Phonogram The Phonograph of the Present and Future National Electric Light Convention in Montreal A Well-Merited Recognition Suits Instituted in Canada A General Awakening of the Public to the Practical Uses of the Phonograph Emile Reynier's Elastic Accumulator Facts and Figures for Business Men How to Use the Phonograph Greetings from Cardinal to Cardinal Actresses and the Phonograph A Famous and Artistic Whistler Do You Realize This? The Phonograph an Adjust to the Stenographer The Phonograph of 1891 as Compared to the Original Machine It is a Wonder! Mark Twain Listens to a Sermon Delivered 450 Miles Away The Industrial Exposition Held in Pittsburgh, Pa., Beginning September 2d A Roar from a Local Agent A Phonogram from the Resident Correspondent of the International Telegram Company A Simple Way of Overcoming the Leakage in Small Cells of Galvanic Batteries Agents of the North American Phonograph in Canada We Will Write and Refer You The Nature of Electricity (cont.) The Montreal Electric Light Convention Musical Records Sampled by Telephone To Guarantee Accumulators How the Rain was Brought Phonograph and Telephone The Type-Writer Electrical Patents for August Ingenious Sentences Phono-Chat Authors and Publishers Gleanings from L'Electricien Inquiries Testimonial from U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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